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5300 Ka Haku Rd, Hanalei, HI 96722    808-8262522   

Princeville, HI   

3 Hampton Rd, Purchase, NY 10577   

Poughkeepsie, NY   

Pittsburgh, PA   

North Brunswick, NJ   

Arcadia, CA   

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Us Patents

Automatic Transmission And Gear Train

US Patent:
7195578, Mar 27, 2007
Filed:
Dec 3, 2004
Appl. No.:
11/002639
Inventors:
Scott R. Dalenberg - Spring Field MO,
Theodore V. Kachel - Purchase NY,
John W. Creighton - Hickory PA,
Assignee:
Axiom Automotive Technologies, Inc. - Pittsburgh PA
International Classification:
F16H 57/04
F16H 57/08
US Classification:
475331
Abstract:
The present invention relates to automatic transmissions. In particular, the instant invention relates to an automatic transmission with improved resistance to deterioration with an increased effective life. The transmission of the instant invention comprises eight pinion gears assembled into one carrier utilizing a forward and a rear sun gear, a ring gear, a band drum and a one way roller clutch.

Automatic Transmission And Gear Train

US Patent:
7527577, May 5, 2009
Filed:
Nov 30, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/565304
Inventors:
Scott R. Dalenberg - Springfield MO,
Theodore V. Kachel - Purchase NY,
John W. Creighton - Hickory PA,
International Classification:
F16H 57/04
F16H 57/08
US Classification:
475331, 418170
Abstract:
The present invention relates to automatic transmissions. In particular, the instant invention relates to an automatic transmission with improved resistance to deterioration with an increased effective life. The transmission of the instant invention comprises eight pinion gears assembled into one carrier utilizing a forward and a rear sun gear, a ring gear, a band drum and a one way roller clutch.

Thermally Stable, Friction, Wear And Degradation Reducing Composition, For Use In Highly Stressed Power Transmission Systems

US Patent:
2005027, Dec 15, 2005
Filed:
Dec 29, 2004
Appl. No.:
11/024314
Inventors:
James Czerwinski - Lisle IL,
Scott Dalenberg - Springfield MO,
Theodore Kachel - Purchase NY,
International Classification:
C10M015/38
US Classification:
508485000
Abstract:
The instant invention relates to a thermally stable, friction, wear and degradation reducing transmission fluids for use in highly stressed power transmission systems. The transmission fluids of the instant invention have improved performance under extreme conditions and extend the life of automatic transmissions.

Automatic Transmission And Gear Train

US Patent:
2006012, Jun 8, 2006
Filed:
Dec 3, 2004
Appl. No.:
11/002635
Inventors:
Scott Dalenberg - Springfield MO,
Theodore Kachel - Purchase NY,
John Creighton - Hickory PA,
International Classification:
F16H 57/08
US Classification:
475338000, 475344000
Abstract:
The present invention relates to automatic transmissions and gear trains. In particular, the instant invention relates to an automatic transmission gear train with improved resistance to deterioration with an increased effective life. The gear train of the instant invention comprises eight pinion gears assembled into one carrier utilizing a forward and a rear sun gear, a ring gear, a band drum and a one way roller clutch.

Automatic Transmission And Gear Train

US Patent:
2009025, Oct 15, 2009
Filed:
May 19, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/468350
Inventors:
Scott R. Dalenberg - Springfiled MO,
Theodore V. Kachel - Purchase NY,
John W. Creighton - Hickory PA,
International Classification:
F16H 57/08
US Classification:
475342, 475331
Abstract:
The present invention relates to automatic transmissions and gear trains. In particular, the instant invention relates to an automatic transmission gear train with improved resistance to deterioration with an increased effective life. The gear train of the instant invention comprises eight pinion gears assembled into one carrier utilizing a forward and a rear sun gear, a ring gear, a band drum and a one way roller clutch.

Automatic Transmission And Gear Train

US Patent:
2010021, Aug 19, 2010
Filed:
Apr 29, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/770177
Inventors:
Scott R. Dalenberg - Springfield MO,
Theodore V. Kachel - Purchase NY,
John W. Creighton - Hickory PA,
Assignee:
AXIOM AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGIES, INC. - Cleveland OH
International Classification:
F16H 57/08
B23P 15/14
US Classification:
475331, 298931
Abstract:
The present invention relates to automatic transmissions and gear trains. In particular, the instant invention relates to an automatic transmission gear train with improved resistance to deterioration with an increased effective life. The gear train of the instant invention comprises eight pinion gears assembled into one carrier utilizing a forward and a rear sun gear, a ring gear, a band drum and a one way roller clutch.

Method For Modifying An Automatic Transmission And Gear Train

US Patent:
2012007, Mar 22, 2012
Filed:
Nov 4, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/289717
Inventors:
Scott R. Dalenberg - Springfield MO,
Theodore V. Kachel - Purchase NY,
John W. Creighton - Hickory PA,
Assignee:
Axiom Automotive Technologies, Inc - Cleveland OH
International Classification:
F16H 57/04
B23P 6/00
F16H 57/08
B23P 15/14
US Classification:
475159, 298931, 29888021, 475331
Abstract:
The present invention relates to methods for modifying automatic transmissions and gear trains. In particular, the instant invention relates to methods for modifying an automatic transmission gear train in order to improve resistance to deterioration. The modified gear grain of the instant invention comprises eight pinion gears assembled into one carrier utilizing a forward and a rear sun gear, a ring gear, a band drum and a one way roller clutch.

Reinforced Expandable Folders

US Patent:
5711750, Jan 27, 1998
Filed:
Jun 7, 1995
Appl. No.:
8/483925
Inventors:
Duane Christensen - Hastings MN
Theodore V. Kachel - Purchase NY
Jonathan B. Rivlin - East Brunswick NJ
Robert E. Hawes - Huntington Bay NY
Lee A. Boy - Staten Island NY
Setsuo Kanamoto - Montebello CA
Eric R. Aaldenberg - Bayside NY
John Heffernan - Setauket NY
James J. Lynch - Berkley Heights NJ
Assignee:
Smead Manufacturing Company - Hastings MN
International Classification:
B32B 3104
B31F 504
US Classification:
493210
Abstract:
An expandable folder is provided which includes a front panel member, a rear panel member, and an expandable gusset which connects the panel members and forms the bottom and sides of the folder. Reinforcing means are provided upon critical or highly stressed locations to enhance the durability and useful life of the folder. Various types of reinforcement are provided about and, preferably, over the top of the gusset. The end portions of the gussets along the sides and, where applicable, the bottom, preferably have a width which is at least twice the width of the gusset folds. The outer surfaces of the inner front and rear panel members are also reinforced to strengthen the folder at least in the areas where the gusset is attached, and, for best results, on the entire outer surfaces of the panels.

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